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Arcs of age cycles

In this topic we shall discuss arcs of age cycles, with special reference to the arcs of the four age cycles i.e. Satyuga, Tretayuga, Dwaparyuga, Kaliyuga … This knowledge is applicable to both the human ages (Manav Yuga) and the divine ages (Mahayuga or Deva Yuga) …

This topic is in continuity with the previous one which had the header of “Kaal Gyan, Kaalastra and Pramiti” …

As far as divinities which are present within a celestial circle are concerned, there are certain peculiar divisions in all of them … These divisions are constant as far as expanses in “arc circles” are concerned … This is what would be discussed here …

 

35-AA … Four subtle arcs of any celestial circle … Arcs of age cycles …

Every celestial circle, including the precession circle has the following four primary divisions of divinities …

  • Maximum divinity (presence of calming subtle energy) is within a 72 degrees arc of the start-end point of the cycles of human ages
  • Then the divinity (calming subtle energy) is slightly lesser for the next 54 degrees arc …
  • And these are even lesser is the divinity within the next 36 degrees arc …
  • And these are least at a point which is around 18 degrees arc on the opposite side of the start-end point of the human age cycles
  • Thus this ratio is of 4 : 3 : 2 : 1 and this also is as it has been told in Manusmriti and other Vedic texts …
  • And these four divisions are also pretty prominent when subtly observed …

 

35-BB … Subtle arcs and their relation to four age cycles … Satyuga, Tretayuga, Dwaparyuga, Kaliyuga …

As far as the human age cycles which run within the cycle of precession of equinoxes are concerned, following is a matter of fact …

  • Better of all human ages (or human golden age or human age of truth or Manav Satyuga or Manav Kritayuga) is of an arc of 72 degrees precession …
  • Then is the “human age of trinity (or Manav Tretayuga)” which has an arc of 54 degrees precession …
  • Then is the “human age of duality (Manav Dwaparyuga)” which has an arc of 36 degrees precession …
  • And the least divinity is of the “human degenerate age (Manav Kaliyuga)” which has an arc of 18 degrees precession …

These subtle arcs of divinities are clearly distinguishable within each celestial circle, including of the Precessional circle within which the human age cycles (Manav Yuga Chakra) are running …

Above stated arcs are applicable to both the “Deva Yuga Chakra (divine age cycles or Mahayuga chakra)” and is also applicable to the “Manav Yuga Chakra (or the human cycles of time or simply, the Human age)” … But in the divine age cycles above stated arc values would need to be multiplied by a factor of 2 and thus the ratios of the four divine ages which make the divine age cycles are also the same told earlier on in this topic …

 

Proceeding further …

So these arcs of different human age cycles can be told as follows …

  • Satyuga (i.e. golden age) has a 72 x 2 degrees arc this planet’s axial precession
  • Tretayuga (i.e. age of Treta) = 54 x 2 degrees arc precession …
  • Dwaparyuga (i.e. age of Dwapara) = 36 x 2 degrees arc precession of equinoxes
  • Kaliyuga (i.e. degenerate age) = 18 x 2 degrees arc precession …
  • It was due to this reason that the Vedic sages had stated age cycles (i.e. divine age cycle and human age cycle) to be of a ratio as was discussed earlier on in this topic …

The total of above is 180 degrees arc precession and thus there are two complete human age cycles (each complete human age cycle is of four human ages each) within each 360 degrees arc of precession

Note: And as far as Deva Yuga Chakra (i.e. Chatur Yuga or divine age cycle) are concerned, they are found to be double the value of arcs of human age cycles when drawn in a sinusoidal movement as is of the divine ages, but yet their ratios are same as stated earlier on … We shall take them up in a later topic …

 

35-CC … Two distinct halves of precession cycles …

As also is a fact about the precession circle within which the human age cycles are running …

  • That half cycle of precession cycle which is present on the semicircular side towards the Vishnu Nabhi (non lighted center of the galaxy) is of divinity of lightness … It denotes day-time (Shukla Paksha) of precession …
  • And that half of precession cycle which is present on the semicircular side away from the Vishnu Nabhi (non lighted center of the galaxy), is of non lightness and this denotes the night-time (Krishna Paksha) of precession …

 

Continues …

 

 

 

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